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Get Your Lit On: The Week in Bookish LA with Two Doctors

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Monday
Dr. Karen Halligan discusses What Every Pet Owner Should Know 7pm @ Vroman’s

Tuesday
Justin Bua presents The Beat of Urban Art 7pm @ Book Soup
Lisa Lutz discusses The Spellman Files 7pm @ Vroman’s
Philip Zimbardo discusses The Lucifer Effect 7pm @ Central Library
Elliot Jaspin discusses Buried in the Bitter Waters 7pm @ EsoWon Books

Wednesday
Uzodinma Iweala discusses Beasts of No Nation 12:15pm @ Claremont McKenna College
Anne Lamott presents Grace Eventually 6:30pm @ All Saints Church
Glasgow Phillips presents The Royal Nonesuch 7pm @ Book Soup
Russell Andrews signs Hades 7pm @ Dutton’s
Lisa Lutz signs The Spellman Files 7pm @ Borders, Century City

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Thursday
Aryn Kyle presents The God of Animals 7pm @ Borders, Thousand Oaks
Dr. Barbara Crandall signs Gender & Religion 7:30pm @ Village Books

Friday
Renee Morgan Hampton discusses Misrepresented 7pm @ Vroman’s
Basil Hoffman discusses In Acting and How to Be Good at It 7pm @ Borders, Westwood

Saturday
Richard Hawke signs Cold Day in Hell 10:30am @ Mysteries to Die For
Naomi Karz Jacobs presents The Builder’s Daughter 2pm @ Westwood Library
Susie J. Horgan & Henry Rollins present Punk Love 7pm @ Book Soup
Aya and David Meltzer read their work 7:30pm @ Beyond Baroque

Sunday
Joanna Scott & Ben Marcus read their work 6pm @ Hammer Museum

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